Speakers for Statera ConFerence 2018

Speakers, panelists, and performers for #StateraConIII are pictured below. Click on their photo to read their bio and learn about their session. All conference events, presentations, and workshops will be held in the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. 

 

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Touchstone Speakers

Simelia Hodge-Dallaway, Founder and CEO of Artistic Directors of the Future

Nataki Garrett, Associate Artistic Director of the Denver Center 

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Cynthia Rider, Executive Director of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival

 

speakers, Panelists, & Performers

(in alphabetical order)

 Samantha Allred

Samantha Allred

 Nan Barnett

Nan Barnett

 Anatasha Blakely

Anatasha Blakely

 Kate Brennan

Kate Brennan

 Jason Brown

Jason Brown

 Susan Cato-Chapman

Susan Cato-Chapman

 Kristen Cerelli

Kristen Cerelli

 Carrie Colton

Carrie Colton

 Kaitlyn Curry

Kaitlyn Curry

 Amy Drake

Amy Drake

 Gillian Eaton

Gillian Eaton

 Suzan Fete

Suzan Fete

 Rona Figueroa

Rona Figueroa

 Brenda Jean Foley

Brenda Jean Foley

 Madison Ford

Madison Ford

 Lydia Fort

Lydia Fort

 Wendy Franz

Wendy Franz

 Nichole Frederick

Nichole Frederick

 Minita Gandhi

Minita Gandhi

 Lindsey Gardner-Penner

Lindsey Gardner-Penner

 Adriana Gaviria

Adriana Gaviria

 Jack Greenman

Jack Greenman

 Sarah Greenman

Sarah Greenman

 Meridith Grundei

Meridith Grundei

 Marti Gobel

Marti Gobel

 Erika Haaland

Erika Haaland

 Lisa Hall Hagen

Lisa Hall Hagen

 Sarah Jane Hardy

Sarah Jane Hardy

 Shelby-Allison Hibbs

Shelby-Allison Hibbs

 Jessica Hoolsema

Jessica Hoolsema

 Christine Jugueta

Christine Jugueta

 Hadley Kamminga-Peck

Hadley Kamminga-Peck

 Kevin Kantor

Kevin Kantor

 Kyla Kazuschyk

Kyla Kazuschyk

 Penny Larson

Penny Larson

 Letecia Layson

Letecia Layson

 Jemma Alix Levy

Jemma Alix Levy

 Shellen Lubin

Shellen Lubin

 Jeni Mahoney

Jeni Mahoney

 Sage Martin

Sage Martin

 Sarah McCarroll

Sarah McCarroll

 Raeleen McMillion

Raeleen McMillion

 Kymberly Mellen

Kymberly Mellen

 Christy Montour-Larson

Christy Montour-Larson

 Andrea Moon

Andrea Moon

 Camilla Morrison

Camilla Morrison

 Kathleen Mulligan

Kathleen Mulligan

 Tira Palmquist

Tira Palmquist

 Wendy Penrod

Wendy Penrod

 Kara Penrose

Kara Penrose

 Melinda Pfundstein

Melinda Pfundstein

 Andrea Prestinario

Andrea Prestinario

 Suellen Primost

Suellen Primost

 Jennifer Popple

Jennifer Popple

 Jessica Renae

Jessica Renae

 Lizae Reyes

Lizae Reyes

 Martha Richards&nbsp;

Martha Richards 

 Amanda Rich Joy

Amanda Rich Joy

 Emily Ritger

Emily Ritger

 Eileen Rivera

Eileen Rivera

 Maggie Rogers

Maggie Rogers

 Emily Rollie

Emily Rollie

 Yasmin Ruvalcaba

Yasmin Ruvalcaba

 Yusef Seevers

Yusef Seevers

 Denise Yvette Serna

Denise Yvette Serna

 Frannie Shepherd-Bates

Frannie Shepherd-Bates

 Omehra Sigahne

Omehra Sigahne

 Amy Smith

Amy Smith

 Rachel Spencer Hewitt

Rachel Spencer Hewitt

 Teresa Thuman

Teresa Thuman

 Margaret Toomey

Margaret Toomey

 Anne Walaszek

Anne Walaszek

 Jane Vogel

Jane Vogel

 Sam White

Sam White

 Torie Wiggins

Torie Wiggins

 Valerie Williams

Valerie Williams

 K. Woodzick

K. Woodzick

 Lisa Wolpe

Lisa Wolpe

 Belinda Yamate

Belinda Yamate

 

A Note on Inclusion at Statera Foundation

Women
We use an inclusive definition of women. "Women" includes anyone on the gender spectrum who identifies (either always or some of the time) as a woman. This also includes non-binary people. 

Intersectionality
Statera Foundation works through an intersectional lens for gender parity. We understand and acknowledge that systems of oppression and discrimination are interdependent and span all social categorizations such as race, class, gender, ability, and sexual orientation as they apply to a given individual or group. Addressing one spoke of systematic discrimination or disadvantage means holistically addressing them all. 

Pronouns
Please take a look at this guide for any questions you have about our use of pronouns: https://uwm.edu/lgbtrc/support/gender-pronouns/